In the mid-'90s, during an extended wasted youth (aspects of which I regret terribly now), I'd go out to see live music often. You'd get guys like Manny Charlton from Nazareth still doing the rounds in regarded venues such as Fibbers in York [UK]. A favourite target was a band called Strongheart. Too good for local pubs and clubs! The lead guitarist/singer was a character. He was pretty competent as a guitarist. They'd do heavy rock covers - e.g. "Whole Lotta Love" as a standard turn. I waited eagerly every time for "Freight Train". "Freight Train" featured on the 1992 Strongheart cult-Album 'Hard Wired' - although I didn't know that until much, much later. I couldn't find the Studio version of '"Freight Train" on YT but CLICK HERE for an mp3.
Live in 2007 a dozen years after-the-fact here:
You can see the Strongheart frontman with Graham Oliver of Saxon delivering Led Zep's "Rock 'n' Roll" here: